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IH 200 100 001 S20
LD - lateral deformation
Tested at very low temperature -30℃
MM Odporność na odpryski stopionego metalu
Very low temperatures:
LD - Lateral Deformation:
Odpryski stopionego metalu:
Elektroizolacyjność 440 Vac:
ATRA 20S is an excellent choice for electricians, as it provides protection against arcing from electrical shorts. In addition, tests have confirmed that this helmet protects the wearer from liquid drops and splashes, as well as molten metals and hot solids.
ATRA 20S helmet has passed shock absorption and puncture tests at very low temperatures (-30°C), as well as electrical insulation tests based on EN397 (440 V AC) and EN50365 (1000 V AC and 1500 V DC) standards. It also provides protection against molten metal (MM) splashes and is resistant to lateral deformation (LD).
The ATRA20S version is additionally equipped with an external face shield (ATRA S20), which provides protection class 2C-1.2 (UV filter), the highest optical class (1) and has successfully passed the high-energy impact test (A).
The ATRA 20S helmet is comfortable and safe to wear thanks to a 4-point chin strap and a harness that attaches to the shell at 6 points. Customers have the option to choose between two types of tether (fixed tether and swivel tether) for a better, customized fit to their head shape. Both types of ties are equipped with a convenient mechanism that allows infinite adjustment of the circumference.
The helmet shell is made of ABS and is available in many colors. The originally packaged, unused helmet can be stored for a maximum of 5 years from the date of manufacture. Once in use, under normal conditions*, the helmet can be used for a maximum of 5 years.
ATRA 20S industrial helmet is a high-quality product that will provide the user with comprehensive protection in harsh working conditions.
*The influence of external factors from the environment in which the helmet is used has a very strong impact on its durability. Inadequate storage, lack of regular cleaning of the helmet or excessive exposure to chemicals or UV radiation can significantly shorten the shelf life. Shelf life should not be construed as a manufacturer's warranty.